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Engine Co. to Newark
Saturday, September 17, 2016 
The Level Volunteers loaded up w/5 on Engine Co.111 to transfer to New Castle County(Del) Station 9 "Aetna H.H.&L.C.(Newark)" while their members are attending the annual state fireman's convention. During the 8hr stay the Engine Ran 2 MVC's, 1 Wires Down, 1 Cardiac Arrest, and 2 Medical Assist calls.

Engine, Tanker, and Supply to the 930 Box
Saturday, September 10, 2016 
Around 6:30am the Level Volunteers were alerted for a Engine, Tanker, and Supply for a dwelling Fire w/ Rescue. Chief 9 arrived to find a 2 Story SFD with fire through the roof. Upon arrival E-113's crew assisted with search and overhaul operations. K-121 arrived and immediately joined in the tanker shuttle, while S-181 set up a draft at Rt.543 and Walters Mill Rd. Level Units operated on scene for approximately 3 hours before returning to service.

Rescue Box In The 120
Saturday, September 3, 2016 
This afternoon around 3:45 Level VFC was alerted for a 10-50 PI in the area of Royal Farms between Rt. 155 and Rt. 136 on Rt. 22. PM-1 and A-191 arrived to find a 2 vehicle MVC in front of the store between the cross streets and advised they had 1 patient trapped. Upon arrival R-151's crew placed 2 tools in service and began extrication of the victim. Due to multiple patients involved command requested Ambulances from the 2nd and 3rd due Companies. Once extrication was complete the patient was transported to the LZ and was flown to a nearby Trauma Center by MSP Medevac. Units on Scene: R-151, E-111, A-192, A-191, A-291, A-391, A-992. Command: LT-1 Medical Branch: PM-1

Level Volunteers Send Off One Of Our Own
Sunday, August 21, 2016 
This morning a few of the Level Volunteers loaded up and headed to the Military Recruiting Office in Bel Air to send off one of our own. FF Stephen Bray III is enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and is leaving today for Ft. Meade where he will then board a bus tomorrow afternoon to head south to Parris Island for basic training. FF Bray has been with Level VFC for about 1-1/2 yrs, he is a tremendous asset to the company and the county in which he serves. He was given a helmet today with signatures of the members of Level VFC wishing him good luck. Please join us in congratulating FF Bray on this next step in his life. The Level Volunteers wish him the best in his journey and are counting down the days till his safe return! Pictured from Left to Right: EMT Christy Polk, Capt. Clay Jackson, Lt. Steph Gallion, FF Stephen Bray III, Lt. Chanse Scott, and FADO Clinton Polk

Barn Fire In The 102 Box
Friday, July 15, 2016 
Around 10:00am this morning The Level Volunteers along with Aberdeen Fire Department, Inc., Susquehanna Hose Company, Darlington Volunteer Fire Company were alerted for a Building Fire at 3530 Old Level Rd. E-112 arrived to find a approximately 50x75 barn with smoke showing. Crews worked on scene for approximately 2 hours extinguishing fire and completing overhaul operations. The Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company, Abingdon Fire Company, and Whiteford Volunteer Fire Company, Inc. transferred an Engine Co. To cover stations as needed. Cause is under Investigation by the Maryland State Fire Marshall

Two Gas Leaks And A Door Pop For The Level Volunteers
Sunday, July 10, 2016 
On Sunday the 10th the Level Volunteers started the morning off with a Gas Leak Outside. The Volunteers were called to the Intersection of SRT 136 and Cool Spring Rd. Units arrived to find an odor of gas but no readings after investigating with the help of an Engine Co. from Darlington VFC. Units Turned scene over to BGE. Units on Scene: E-113, E-112, K-121, and E-913 The 2nd run of the day was alerted at 1:23pm for a 10-50 PI w/ Rescue. R-151 and A-191 arrived to find a 2 vehicle MVC with 1 trapped. Crews completed a door removal to extricate the patient for further evaluation and care. Other crews evaluated other patients and contained fluid leaks. Units on Scene: R-151, E-111, A-191, A-192, and A-292. The Volunteers last run of the day was at 7:02pm for the Gas Leak Inside w/ EMS. E-112 arrived to find a 2 story Multi-Family Dwelling with N/E. Crews from the Engine and Rescue discovered the odor coming from a wall heater and contained the source. Units then cleared with no patients. Units on Scene: E-112, R-151, and A-191

Level Volunteers Travel To OC
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Wednesday afternoon the Level Volunteers made the trip to Ocean City for the MSFA's Annual Parade. Level placed E-111 a 1989 American Eagle/Spartan Rescue Engine and A-191 a 2015 Ford F-450/Road Rescue in the parade along with Harford County's Little Fire Chief Christian Cockerham who is from Level VFC.

Hydrant Training This Evening
Monday, June 20, 2016
This evening the Level Volunteers staffed an Engine and Utility to go over Hydrant and Deck Gun Operations. The 10 Volunteers utilized a local development in the first due area to demonstrate proper procedures for hooking up to a hydrant, along with different ways to do so using such appliances as a Hydrant Assist Valve. This was good training for 3 new members as well as a refresher for current ones. Members went over multiple scenarios for about 2 hours.

Safety Camp Applications
Sunday, May 1, 2016 
Apllications are now available for our annual safety camp! Camp is July 13-15 from 9am -12 noon for elementary aged children. Camp is free.

2016 Election Results
Tuesday, January 5, 2016 
President- Sandi Gallion Vice President- Dale Burkins Secretary- Karen Lopes Chaplain- Diana Caudill Director- Mike Deckard Chief- Nolan Gallion Jr 1st Asst. Chief- Martin Chidsey 2nd Asst. Chief- Lori Denbow Captains- Clarence Ross, Clay Jackson, Jason Gallion Lieutenants- Stephanie Gallion, Matt Cogdill EMS Captain- Shane Sawyer EMS Lieutenants- Bekah Jewett, Rachel Itzoe

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